My name is Andrew Reeves — I’m an award-winning freelance environmental writer based in Toronto, Ontario. The Reeves Report is a source for news and commentary on environmental and political issues in North America that I began in March, 2011.
I graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters in Geography in 2009, focusing on the North American Water and Power Alliance, a mega-engineering project to remap the continent’s hydrology to ship water to the American southwest. (Don’t worry – it didn’t happen.)
Since then I’ve been a staff writer at Queen’s Park Briefing, an online political publication owned by the Toronto Star from 2012 to 2014. I’ve also freelanced for numerous online and print publications, including:
See Clippings for a full list and links to my published work. I’ve also appeared on TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin, Toronto Headlines on Roger’s TV and spoken on Ecolibrium on CKUT radio in Montreal. In 2014, I received the Carl Nunn Media and Conservation Award from Ontario for my work covering the gutting of the Endangered Species Act by the Ontario government in July 2013.
I am currently a member of the Queen’s Park Press Gallery and the Society of Environmental Journalists. I am also enrolled in the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction program at King’s College where I’m writing a book about Asian carp and the changing relationship between North Americans and invasive species.
If you’d like to connect with me, have any questions about the site or would like to submit a story idea you think I might be interested in investigating, please see the Contact page for more details.